Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014
Community agencies get funding from Propsera's Cinemas Under the Stars
Released by Tashon Ziara, Prospera Credit Union, Abbotsford
ummer’s over and fall is definitely here. But what an amazing summer it was! Warm nights; fun, free, family movies under the stars; and of course, popcorn.
This year, Prospera Cinema Under the Stars hosted 11 free movie nights in communities from Surrey to the Okanagan. At each event, the credit union invited a local charity partner to join them in order to raise money and awareness for the great work these amazing organizations do all year round.
As a result, a total of $4,760.52 was raised for community partners, including:
What makes it all worthwhile for the Prospera staff who volunteer at these movie nights? If you ask, they’ll tell you it’s all about the kids and comments like this one from a mom who posted on Prospera’s Facebook page:
“A HUGE thank you to Prospera “Movies under the Stars’ for making these events a part of my kids’ childhood memories!”
Prosbeara hopes to see everyone again next summer with a whole new batch of free family movies.
About Prospera Credit Union
Building onmore than 65years of history in British Columbia, Prospera Credit Union is proud to be a member owned co-operative with operations from Vancouver to Kelowna. As a full service financial institution that prides itself on building relationships, we serve our members through sixteen branches; online and mobile banking; and a locally-based contact centre. Through our membership in The Exchange network, our members enjoy fee-free access to more than 2,300 ATMs across Canada.
Making life better for everyone is important to us at Prospera. With an extensive community investment program devoted to supporting the organizations, events and volunteers that make our communities stronger, Prospera makes a meaningful difference in the financial well-being of our members and our communities. To learn more, check out our YouTube channel and Facebook page or visit our newsroom online at prospera.ca.
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